+Jon who seems to be the developer on this.

On Monday, November 2, 2015 at 6:18:27 PM UTC-8, Teddy Zhang wrote:
>
> I need to override the ToString behavior in C# to make it human readable.
>
> E.g. I defined a message type to represent DateTime in C#, and then write 
> a partial class to make it be able to convert from/to DateTime.
>
>> message ProtoDateTime
>>
>> {
>>
>>      sfixed64 BinaryData = 1;
>>
>> }
>>
>
> However, the default ToString() doesn't generate human readable contents.
>
> Currently the default implantation is (codegen code):
>
> public override string ToString() {
>
> return pb::JsonFormatter.Default.Format(this);
>
> }
> Which will generate something like this, which is not readable.
> { "dateTime": { "binaryData": "5247507155853679530" } }
>
> Is there a way to override this behavior?
> If not, is there a plan to support this? Thanks.
>
>

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